Hessenthaler demands consistency

13 September 2010 01:36
Gillingham manager Andy Hessenthaler has said their first win of the season will mean nothing unless they follow it up with another victory on Saturday.Speaking after their 2-0 success over Shrewsbury he told BBC Radio Kent: "For all our good work if we go to Bradford and lose then that's no good to us. [LNB]"We really need to get a run of consistent results and we'll start creeping up the table." [LNB]It is now 30 games since the Gills last won away from Priestfield. [LNB]Striker Cody McDonald believes they can end their 16-month wait for an away victory because the mood in the squad has lifted.[LNB] If we start performancing like we can we should win this league. Watts81 "We'll push on from this I know we will because there are some strong players in there, some good players as well and we'll go into the Bradford game with confidence now," he said. [LNB]"A few words were said between the players and the manager last week. [LNB]"We went out there with the same attitude to be fair but things have just gone for us that haven't in the past."

Source: BBC_Sport